If you have been in a car accident, you may need help managing your body’s pain and damage. It is essential to seek treatment after an accident so pain and discomfort do not worsen. Visiting our team can alleviate back and spinal injuries associated with your accident. Do not put your health at risk. Contact us at Waterside Chiropractic after your auto accident, so we can conduct a physical exam and appropriately treat your injury as soon as possible.
A common injury from a car accident is whiplash. Whiplash is a condition caused by forces violently whipping the head back and forth. The severity of whiplash depends on other vehicles’ angle and speed when they hit your car. Our whiplash traumatology provides patients with quality relief from pain and discomfort.
Head injuries are also expected to form from a collision. Injuries to the cervical spine often do not show up until days or weeks after the accident. Even if you think you are fine post-collision, it is important to still get checked by our team. If you are experiencing back or neck pain, see our chiropractors as soon as possible to receive natural treatment that does not involve any drugs or surgery.
Laser therapy is a safe, innovative, non-invasive treatment option for auto injuries that uses special light beams to penetrate and stimulate cell production in injured tissues. Unlike other treatments that can improve health, therapeutic laser treatment is pain-free, drug-free, and surgery-free. Some of the conditions that this therapy is used to treat include arthritis and sciatica. It is also used to treat pain in your back, neck, shoulders, elbows, and joints.
Our chiropractors perform spinal decompression as a non-surgical procedure. It consists of having you lay on a specialized table. We will connect you to a machine that will simultaneously facilitate your back to move in two different directions. As a result, the discs in your back gradually separate one another. The separation allows blood to properly flow through the area, promoting a natural healing process within the discs. The machine regulates the level of tension you receive to implement the precise decompression needed for your spine to heal.